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  • Winding Road's Top Twelve Cars Of 2009 (4199 views)

    By Winding Road Staff on January 01, 2006 12 a.m.

    Over the past twelve months we’ve driven or reviewed (and often both) something on the order of 250 vehicles. Be it on some far-flung and usually stunning road served up by an automaker for a new car launch, or on the slightly more humble highways and byways that surround our Michigan and Texas offices, we’ve had a fair taste of what was on offer in the automotive universe during 2009. We figure the very least we can do is to tell you which ones we liked best.

  • Early Adopters: Sign Up For Winding Road’s iPad App (299 views)

    By Winding Road Staff on April 15, 1999 11:04 a.m.

    Since its launch at the beginning of this month, Apple’s iPad has been the talk of news writers, forums posters, and the larger online world in general. While we at Winding Road haven’t been immune to the base lure of what is, perhaps, the most exciting product on the planet, we’ve also been hard at work developing our own application for it.

  • Preview: 2011 Mini Countryman (1369 views)

    By Steven J. Ewing on February 19, 1999 12 a.m.

    That’s right, folks—it’s a modern-day Mini Crossover.

  • Winding Road's Guide To Winter Driving (2538 views)

    By Winding Road Staff on February 19, 1999 12 a.m.

    Despite the April Issue indication you may have noticed on the cover of this month’s Winding Road (check out our full new issue at, it’s actually just around the middle of the long Michigan winter as we write this. That’s bad news for anyone who values anything in the way of a short sleeve or a naturally occurring tan, but it’s surprisingly good news for us driving enthusiasts. We lean towards that group of people that embrace four full seasons in all of their glory, and love to drive through each of them. Which is why we’ve been paying ...

  • Just About Right: 2010 Ducati Hypermotard 796 (7275 views)

    By Rex Roy on February 19, 1999 12 a.m.

    The New Ducati Hypermotard 796 might not be the fastest, biggest, or sharpest bike that money can buy, but it strikes a distinctly adult balance that should tempt occasional riders.